Intel is gearing up the next generation of connectivity with your Smartphone and different types of peripherals devices – the research was started five years ago in collaboration with Apple; soon, in 2016, it will be optical Type-Cconnectorsr, USB, HDMI, and Display Port which means all in one cable high breed connector 40 GB per second transfer rate whether it was file transfer or 4K 60-hertz monitor. The new cable is still under development, but in 2016, it will launch for its customer. Perhaps it will be less costly than the previous Thunderbolt. Intel hopes that this new generation of cable connectors will replace the existing cable, which connects peripheral devices; for five years, the personal development and research team inside Intel’s Lab work has been ing on a whole new generation of protocols with an inbuilt chip physical connection.

Thunderbolt 3 For Your Smartphone Reach Upto 40GB Per Second

The project was named Light Peak. Now its official name is Thunderbolt 3; Intel is using the optical fiber as Google also uses the same component to speed up its internet service all over the world to provide such as countries like India and Intel pushup more engagement in optimizing the traditional copper wiring in the Thunderbolt 3 cable. The predecessor of Thunderbolt was launched in 2011, moniker only Thunderbolt—but now the Th  Thunderbolt can connect different types of peripheral connector devices (every kind of device which supports a USB port). Thunderbolt is not only a one-way speed. It can obtain both inputs and output over a single wire having the same rate individually, that is, 40GB per second file transfer speed. Thunderbolt crates 4K video content via cable only, and now Intel feels proud of it. That can be efficient and powerful also at a low cost so that every customer can buy it with every smartphone they purchase. Two years ago, Intel used only 100 developers as a startup of the research in Thunderbolt 3. USB cables also played well in connecting other peripherals devices but have less resolution and transfer rate functionality. For five years, HDMI ports have been popular in use, but USB port fails to provide such functionality in better quality; HDMI has high resolution and also with high graphics, which is lacking in simple USB ports. The Thunderbolt 3 is four times faster than the traditional USB 3.1 and two times faster than the previous first version of Thunderbolt. What can you do with a transfer rate of around 40GB/sec speed in both Input and output? However, you can run two 4K 60-hertz monitors simultaneously using Thunderbolt 3. Intel included DisplayPort 1.2 protocol instead of DisplayPort 1.3, the newer version which supports a 4K resolution monitor with a 3D display. And so you have to wait for the launch of Thunderbolt 3 till 2016 mid.